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UK Top 10 Albums 12-21-18 – 12-27-18

 

1 -THE GREATEST SHOWMAN – MOTION PICTURE CAST RECORDING – D

2 – LOVE – MICHAEL BUBLE – C-

3 – STAYING AT TAMARA’S – GEORGE EZRA – C-

4 – UNCHAINED MELODIES – ROY ORBISON/RPO – F

5 – ODYSSEY – TAKE THAT -C+

6 – SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY – BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – C+

7 – SI – ANDREA BOCELLI – D+

8 – 50 YEARS – DON’T STOP – FLEETWOOD MAC – B+

9 – CHRISTMAS – MICHAEL BUBLE – C-

10- YOU KNOW I KNOW – OLLY MURS –  C+

Comment: A bad year on the albums charts in the UK comes to a thunderingly bad conclusion with the terrible soundtrack that has haunted the damn list all year.

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